Dialogues On DisABILITY Speaker Series – All Things Are Possible > Events Calendar > Workshops & Events > Parent Network of WNY

Saturday, April 16, 2016, 2:30–3:30 pmCommunity Event  |  Advocacy,Developmental Disability,Specific Disability,Learning Disabilities  |  ErieDialogues on disABILITY Speaker Series presents“All Things Are Possible”Featuring Nancy Hall, Mouth Painting ArtistMuseum of disABILITY History3826 Main Street, Buffalo NYEvent held in collaboration with Feminists for Nonviolent Choices: Annual Human Rights SeriesDuring her presentation, Nancy will share how a positive attitude and your perspective can shape your life. As a female with a disability and a single parent, Nancy will discuss the importance of faith and staying connected to family, art and the community.The presentation is ideal for artists, self-advocates, caregivers, human service employees and college students.About Nancy HallNancy Hall’s story is one of hope, strength and determination to overcome obstacles. In May of 2000, Nancy was in a tragic motorcycle accident resulting in becoming paralyzed from the neck down. Prior to her accident, she did not paint or draw. Nancy is now an established artist who paints by mouth. A mother of five childrenand a resident of East Aurora, NY, Nancy is a student of the International Mouth and Foot Association.Nancy’s note cards and other artwork will be for sale through her business, Amazing Grace Artworks.Registration encouraged. RSVP to 716.629.3626.Event proceeds benefit the Museum of disABILITY History and Feminists for Nonviolent Choices.

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